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noun as in bomber

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Dutch engineer Carl Norden’s invention of a bombsight that could supposedly enable a bombardier to drop a missile into a pickle barrel from six miles up had made precision bombing possible.

Neither, staring through his bombsight, could bombardier Umphress.

As a bombardier Yossarian is “the best man in the group at evasive action.”

The Canadian-built Bombardier Q400 turbo-prop had an automatic stall-protection system.

It was a different type of plane, a European-built ATR-72 (the Bombardier is a Canadian plane).

They were crouching in one of the gun-pits—a bombardier and three gunners, very cold and very miserable.

Fig. 508 presents Calosoma sycophanta pursuing a Bombardier (Brachinus explodens), which squirts out a vapour of pungent odour.

Bombardier Havelock was wounded in the thigh by fragments of shell.

Pickersdyke swore as he had not done since he was a rough-riding bombardier.

He had made himself one moment of leisure, and visited Bombardier Lane, but without result.


On this page you'll find 3 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to bombardier, such as: aerial attach plane, and bombing plane.

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